Executive education event calendar
The top five business schools in the U.S. account for almost 7,000 fulltime MBA students.
FT's Executive MBA Rankings
1. Wharton, U.S.
2. Kellogg, U.S.
3. Chicago GSB, U.S.
4. Stern, NY, U.S.
5. Fuqua, Duke, U.S.
6. Hong Kong UST, China
7. Columbia, U.S.
8. Instituto de Empresa, Spain
9. London Business School, UK
10. Tanaka, Imperial College, UK
Source: Financial Times 2005
Executives taking the top EMBA courses in the U.S., Europe and Asia have average salaries of around $130,000 to $200,000.
A typical EMBA student is likely to be aged in the early 30s, with 6-10 years of working experience.
A top EMBA course can cost $100,000. Customized courses start at a few thousand dollars.
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Check the following listing for events and executive education programs from around the world.
Wharton School of Business, Pennsylvania. Executive Education Programs. Finance and Accounting for the Non-Financial Manager August 15-19
MIT Sloan on the Road: August 29-November 14. (http://mitsloan.mit.edu)
Stanford GSB, (http://www.gsb.stanford.edu), Short Programs for Executives: Mergers and Acquisitions, August 14-19, Strategic Marketing Management, August 14-24, Managing Supply Chain for Global Competitiveness, August 21-26.
University of Michighan, Programs for Executives (http://execed.bus.umich.edu). Finance for the Non-Financial Manager, Singapore, August 29-September 2.
London Business School, Accelerated Development Program, Module 1, August 28- September 9; module 2, October 23-November 4
Melbourne Business School, Foundations of Leadership, August 31-September 2; Making Critical Financial Decisions, August 29 - September; Management Development Program, August 22-September 3.
Universitas 21 Global Open House, Singapore, August 31.
NYU Stern School of Business, EMBA Information session, September 7
Wharton School of Business, Pennsylvania. Executive Education Programs. Leading and Managing People: September 19--22; Implementing Strategy: September 12--16, 2005; Pension Strategy: Designing Resilient Retirement Systems: September 19--21
Kellogg (Northwestern University) EMBA Information session: September 16 at Evanston, Illinois; September 15 at Miami, Florida
2005 Blackboard Asia Pacific Users Conference: September 28-29, Melbourne, Australia
The World MBA Tour (www.thembatour.com): New York September 10, Boston September 17, Tokyo September 8, Seoul September 10, Beijing September 13, Shanghai September 15, Taiwan September 17, Manila September 20, Bangkok September 22, Singapore September 24, New Delhi September 27, Bangalore September 29.
Universitas 21 Global Open House, Singapore, September 14 and September 28.
InnovAsia 2005: Asian Regional Conference and Exhibition on Innovation Management, September 21-23.
Chicago GSB (http://chicagogsb.edu/execmba), Asia Information Sessions, Jakarta Four Seasons Hotel, September 14; Shanghai Grand Hyatt Hotel, September 28.
Harvard Business School (www.exed.hbs.edu): The General Manager Program (TGMP), September 6 - 30 Part I; October 30 - November 18, 2005 Part II.
Advanced Management Program (AMP) September 11 - November 4.
Program for Management Development (PMD), September 18 - November 18.
Haas School, Berkeley (www.haas.berkeley.edu): Entrepreneurs forum, Venture Capital and Trends in Financing, September 1; Business Plan Competition Launch & Opportunity Recognition Workshop, September 27
HKUST, Hong Kong, Negotiation Strategies & Skills September 8-10; Financial Management For Non-Financial Managers September 22-25
UCLA (http://www.anderson.ucla.edu) Advanced Program in Human Resource Management, September 12-16.
Stanford GSB: Human Resource Executive Program, September 18-23; Executive Management Program, September 18-24
MIT Short Programs for Executives. IT for Non-IT Executives, September 8-9, Managing Technical Professionals and Organizations, September 15-16, Understanding & Solving Complex Business Problems , September 19-20, Driving Strategic Innovation, September 25-30.
University of Michighan (http://execed.bus.umich.edu). Executive Program, Ann Arbor, September 11- October 7; Senior Executive Program in Asia, Hong Kong: September 23-October 1
Cornell University, Programs for Executives, HR Strategy, September 25-30
Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth, Consortium Programs, Global Leadership 2020, Module 1: September 24-October 30, Module 2: January 14-20, 2006, Module 3: June 11-16, 2006
Duke Business School, Executive Programs, Financial Reporting for Non-Financial Managers, September 12-16. Advanced Management Program, September 11-23 and October 23-November 4.
Darden School of Business, Virginia, Manufacturing Executive Program: Developing World-Class Capability, September 11-16; Creating the Future: The Challenge of Transformational Leadership, September 12-16.
Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon (http://business.tepper.cmu.edu), Program for Executives, September 18-October 14.
London Business School, Senior Executive Program, September 11- October 7; Financial Seminar for Senior Managers, September 11-16; Decision Making for Leaders, September 18-22
INSEAD, Asian International Executive Program, Shanghai, September 5-16;
Young Managers Program, Fontainebleau, September 5-23; Advanced Management Program, Fontainebleau, September 26-October 31
McCombs School of Business, University of Texas, Austin, Strategic Management, September 15-16
Kenan-Flagler School, University of North Carolina, Finance for Executives, September 21-23.
Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, Project Management, September 14-15; Leading People, September 28-29.
2005 Executive MBA Council Conference, October 30-November 2, Barcelona, Spain
AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) Continuous Improvement Conference: October 1-3, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
AACSB World Class Practices in Management Education: October 30-November 1, Sydney, Australia
Kellogg (Northwestern University) EMBA Information session: October 15 at Evanston, Illinois; October 20 at Miami, Florida
The World MBA Tour (www.thembatour.com): Mumbai October 3. Latin America: Mexico City October 11, Lima October 14, Sao Paulo October 17, Rio de Janeiro October 18, Montevideo October 18, Buenos Aires October 20, Santiago October 24, Quito October 26, Bogota October 28, Caracas, October 31.
Haas School, Berkeley (www.haas.berkeley.edu): Business Plan Competition: Idea Fair, October 26.
HKUST, Hong Kong, Evaluating and Managing Marketing ROI October 26-27
Stanford GSB: Executive Forum. Seoul, October 11, Beijing October 17, Shanghai, October 19.
Chicago GSB (http://chicagogsb.edu/execmba), Asia Information sessions, Tokyo Marunouchi Four Seasons Hotel, October 19; Singapore GSB Asia campus, October 26.
MIT Short Programs for Executives, Building, Leading and Sustaining the Innovative Organization, October 17-18, Developing and Managing a Successful Technology and Product Strategy, October 19-20.
University of Michighan, Programs for Executives (http://execed.bus.umich.edu). Strategic Marketing Management, Hong Kong, October 3-7; Strategic Marketing Management, Ann Arbor, October 24 - 28
London Business School, Emerging Leaders Program, module 1, October 9-21, module 2, December 4-9; Essentials of Leadership, October 16-21; Developing Strategy for Value Creation, October 9-14; High Performance People Skills, October 2-7.
INSEAD, International Executive Program, Fontainebleau, October 31-December 9
Melbourne Business School, Management Development Program, October 22-29
McCombs School of Business, University of Texas, Austin, Virtual Leadership, October 10
Goizueta Business School, Emory, Management Development Program, October 10-14
AACSB Graduate Programs, Undergraduate, Emerging Curricula Conferences: November 18-20, Tampa, Florida, U.S.
Haas School of Business, Berkeley, California: Play Digital Media Conference, November 5.
Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum: Global Venturing, November 17.
Harvard Business School (www.exed.hbs.edu): Families in Business: From Generation to Generation, November 6 - 11.
Chicago GSB (http://chicagogsb.edu/execmba), Asia Information sessions, Kuala Lumpur Hilton Hotel, November 8; Beijing Grand Hyatt Hotel, November 22; Taipei Grand Hyatt Hotel, November 24.
HKUST, Hong Kong, Meeting the China Challenge, November 14-17
MIT Short Programs for Executives: Reinventing Your Business Strategy November 10-11, Strategic Marketing for the Technical Executive November 15-16, Fundamentals of Finance for the Technical Executive November 17-18, Developing a Leading Edge Operations Strategy November 17-18.
University of Michighan, Programs for Executives (http://execed.bus.umich.edu). Competitive Marketing, Hong Kong, November 28-December 2.
Cornell University, Programs for Executives, Strategic Decision-Making, November 6-11
Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth, Gateway to Business Management, November 13-18.
Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon (http://business.tepper.cmu.edu), Management In Technology Organizations, November 7-11
London Business School, Accelerated Development Program, Module 1, November 13-25, module 2, January 29 -February 10, 2006; Human Resource Strategy in Transforming Organisations, November 27- December 2; Building the Customer-Focused Organisation, November 6 - 11; Financial Seminar for Senior Managers,November 6-11; Market Driving Strategies, November 13-18.
Kenan-Flagler School, University of North Carolina, Executive Development Institute, November 6-18.
Chicago GSB (http://chicagogsb.edu/execmba), Asia Information sessions, Hong Kong Mandarin Oriental Hotel, December 8.
AACSB Associate Deans Conference and Data Management Conference: December 4-6, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
University of Michighan, Programs for Executives (http://execed.bus.umich.edu). Finance for the Non-Financial Manager, Hong Kong, December 5-9.
Future of Competition, Hong Kong, December 20 - 22.
Chicago GSB (http://chicagogsb.edu/execmba), Asia Information sessions, Shanghai Four Seasons Hotel, January 19; Seoul Grand Hyatt Hotel, January 25.
Harvard Business School (www.exed.hbs.edu): The General Manager Program (TGMP), Spring session, January 29 - February 24 Part I, April 23 - May 12, Part II.
Chicago GSB (http://chicagogsb.edu/execmba), Asia Information sessions, Singapore GSB Asia campus, February 15; Bangalore Oberoi Hotel, February 21; Tokyo Marunouchi Four Seasons Hotel, February 22; New Delhi Oberoi Hotel, February 23.
AACSB Deans Conference: February 5-7, 2006, San Diego, California, U.S.
London Business School, Senior Executive Program, February 12- March 10; High Performance People Skills, February 26 - March 3
Chicago GSB, Asia Information sessions (http://chicagogsb.edu/execmba), Beijing St. Regis Hotel, March 1; Bangkok Conrad Hotel, March 8.
London Business School, Financial Seminar for Senior Managers, March 5-10; Accelerated Development Program, module 1, March 12-24, module 2, April 30-May 12; Mergers and Acquisitions, March 12 - 16; Strategic Modelling to Outperform Rivals, March 12-17; Decision Making for Leaders, March 19-23; Emerging Leaders Program, module 1, March 26- April 7, module 2, May 14-19; Essentials of Leadership, March 26-31.
AACSB and EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development) International Conference: April 23-25, Paris, France
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